Shillong, Nov 28: Chief Minister Dr Mukul M Sangma Wednesday assured that the Meghalaya Government will appoint a full – fledged DGP for Meghalaya Police within this month. He, however, did not specify who will head the police force.
He only said “we will appoint soon”.
Sources have informed that the state government has moved the Centre once again to have Senior IPS officer, B Kezo as the Meghalaya DGP. Kezo is presently serving as the Nagaland DG (Prison).
Shillong, Nov 28: Tribal chiefs in Meghalaya Wednesday sought Chief Minister Dr Mukul Sangma’s intervention for the early re-opening of the 38 border haats, along the Indo – Bangladesh border, in the state that have been the economic lifeline of livelihood for the people living along the international border.
“We have urged the state government to take up the matter with the Centre for negotiation with the Bangladesh government to speed up the re-opening of these market haats,” Grand Council of Chiefs of Meghalaya (GCCM) Chairman John F Kharshiing told reporters here after the meeting.
SHILLONG, Nov 28: A foundation stone for construction of a Health Sub-Centre, Mawsadang was unveiled on Wednesday by the Meghalaya Minister of Social Welfare and local MLA, J A Lyngdoh at Mawsadang, East Khasi Hills District.
The Sub- Centre will cover 7 villages of Mawsadang, Pyndenumbri, Lawkhla- Mawlomg, Laitniangtlong, Niamsang, Laitryngwai and Lawkhla.
Shillong, Nov 27: The Deputy Labour Commissioner (DLC), East Garo Hills (EGH), Williamnagar has informed that all principal Employers and Contractor employing Inter-State Migrant workmen numbering five and above in Meghalaya are invited to section 4, 6 and 8 of the Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Condition of Service) Act, 1979 for Registering and obtaining of license respectively from the Labour Commissioner, Meghalaya, Shillong and the Deputy Commissioner, East Garo Hills, Williamnagar.
SHILLONG, Nov 28: With millions of cases lying pending in the various Courts of India, Meghalaya government has decided to submit its proposals to the Centre on various reforms pertaining to improving the ‘judicial system’ in the state.
The decision was taken on Wednesday at a Cabinet meeting following the proposal sent by the Government of India to all the states in the country seeking their views and opinion on the matter.